Park Avenue Elementary School 75 Park Ave, Port Chester, NY10573 Park Avenue Elementary School is a public elementary school located in Port Chester. The school serves students in…More grades K through 5, following the school district curriculum. In addition to strong academics, the school has an active PTA, engaging community parents. For further inquiries, phone Park Avenue Elementary School.
King Street Elementary School 697 King St, Port Chester, NY10573 King Street Elementary School is a Port Chester public school that emphasizes a strong academic and fine arts curriculum…More for students from kindergarten through the fifth grade. For information about upcoming school events, faculty and the free and reduced rate lunch program, visit the King Street Elementary School website.
Port Chester Middle School 1 Bowman Ave, Rye Brook, NY10573 A New York State Blue Ribbon School, Port Chester Middle School is part of the Port Chester-Rye Union Free School…More District. The principal is Patrick Swift.
Ballet des Amériques School & Company 16 King St, Port Chester, NY10573 Ballet des Amériques School & Company is a specialty dance and performing arts training program. The…More school specializes in pre-professional ballet and dance training. Some classes include pointe, improvisation, pre-ballet, modern dance, dance history, music and anatomy. Auditions are required for the school and summer program.
John F. Kennedy Magnet School 40 Olivia St, Port Chester, NY10573 John F. Kennedy Magnet School is an award-winning coed public school for grades K–5, with an active student body,…More faculty, PTA and school administration. The school's curriculum emphasizes study in the fields of science, mathematics, reading, grammar, and music and other arts. It also offers programs for special needs students, including intervention groups and speech and language classes. The website provides comprehensive information in both English and Spanish.
Port Chester Senior High School 1 Tamarack Rd, Port Chester, NY10573 Port Chester High School houses more than 1,100 students in a historic building overlooking a sprawling, 23-acre…More campus.
The school's iconic clock tower and prominent athletic fields -- the site of the town's celebrated July 4th fireworks -- are features recognizable to any village resident.
High school officials cite the school's diversity as one of its main strengths, and the student body reflects the village's demographics. The mix includes students from places like Brazil, Mexico and Peru, as well as white, black and Hispanic Port Chester natives from families who have lived in the village for generations. Eighty-nine percent of Port Chester High School graduates went on to higher education last year, with alumni representing the school at universities like Harvard, Cornell, Iona, Rutgers and NYU.
The school offers advanced placement, as well as college-level courses in subjects like English, Pre-Calculus and Statistics.
One third of students participate in school sports, and taking the field as the Rams for soccer, football, baseball, wrestling, softball, cross-country and basketball.